broken wing 70 x 60 cm
reminds me of the Michael Angelo’s sistine chapel ceiling… not quite touching, the little wing hand on the right looks like a childs…super cool Katleen!
thanks for your Roman association, went also through my head while seeing the subject coming, but I still need to paint a lot before starting some work on our ceiling….
I airbrushed my ceiling once, made a giant purple, blue and red sunset…lol it was awesome. I painted over it a few years ago, it just didn’t go with my decor anymore..hehe and I say, why not??…its a HUGE pallet!!! you go girl, I’d bet it would be gorgous!!!
I keep you informed if I start the ceiling here….. 🙂
I really like these a lot!
If I were rich enough for a summer home, these would look awesome in it. I love the action of the strokes. They’re calming, but also electric.
thanks, you could start with the decoration and see what is left for the summer home 🙂
thanks for your attention to and interpretation of my work!
Looking up angelology in a section of my library, accessible only by climbing to vertiginous heights on an unsteady ladder, and next to several dusty leatherbound books by Jung (and look, here is one by Lacan), I realize that you are referring to the flight appendages of birds. Still, any broken wing ought to have some fatiloquent significance.
P.S. I took a photograph of a tree yesterday, and it reminded me of your work.
hopefully you came down again using the ladder or did you try a little fly?
let’s see if the tree can help us how to fly
in my dreams when I was a child, I managed to fly really high 🙂
I just discovered your paintings, Katleen, and am quite stunned! Wonderful colours, themes I would like to explore more… Thank you for sharing these!! I love the Broken Wing, it reminds
me of my son. His broken wing is healing now :-)…
Oh, hopefully your son is getting better soon and flying again as before!
Thanks for you attention and appreciation, that’s encouraging.
It is not a physical hurt… and yes, thank you, he is trying out his wings again :-)…
good luck for him and you, take care
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